Mughal architecture and painting influenced the indigenous Rajput style of art and architecture. Rajput architecture represents a wide variety of buildings, which can be broadly classified as either secular or religious. Secular buildings are of various scales. These include temples, forts, step-wells, gardens, and palaces. The forts were built specifically for defense and military purposes due to Islamic invasions.
Rajput architecture continued even in the 20th and 21st centuries as the rulers of the princely states of British India commissioned huge palaces and other buildings, commissioned the Albert Hall Museum, Lalgarh Palace, and Umaid Bhawan Palace. These usually included European styles, a practice that eventually led to the Indo-Saracenic style.
More information: Buddhist architecture
Buddhist architecture flourished in the Indian subcontinent. Three types of structures are associated with the religious architecture of early Buddhism: monasteries (viharas), places to worship relics (stupas), and temples or prayer halls (chaitya, also known as chaitya griha, later Became known as some temples. Places. The initial work of a stupa was to worship and guard the relics of Gautama Buddha. The oldest surviving of a stupa The example is in Sanchi (Madhya Pradesh)). According to the change in religious practice, the stupas were gradually incorporated into the Chaitya-griha (prayer hall). These are examples from the complexes of Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves (Maharashtra). Mahabodhi Temple is a famous example of Bihar in Bodh Gaya. Pagoda is an evolution of the Indian stupa.
More information: Mughal Architecture
Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi, the first fully developed Mughal imperial tomb, 1569–70 BC. The most famous Indo-Islamic style is Mughal architecture. The most prominent example of this is the series of royal mausoleums, which began with the important tomb of Humayun, but is known for the Taj Mahal. It is known for features including gardens surrounded by gardens from all sides, and delicate ornamentation works, Pachin Kari ornamental works and lit-screen.